British lighting brand Tala has designed a portable lamp powered by a rechargeable battery that is designed to replace candles in hospitality venues.
Mantle's stainless steel base comes in three speckled colours and its frosted bulb casts a warm glow reminiscent of candlelight.
Mantle was recently featured on Dezeen Showroom alongside a collection of hand-knotted rugs sporting geometric, angular patterns and a range of seating that takes design cues from tennis rackets.
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Angular patterns and saturated colours characterise this collection of rugs by British designer Deirdre Dyson.
The Angles range comprises ten graphic designs each hand knotted by artisans in Nepal using silk and Tibetan wool.
Latticed panels made from interwoven strips of wood are the central feature of Cristina Celestino's Raquette seating collection, which was designed for Italian brand Billiani and is sold in the US through StyleNations.
The range includes an armchair and sofa with ash wood frames and coffee table made from beech with either an MDF or marble tabletop.
Design brand Curran has created a collection of rugs made of hard-wearing polypropylene yarns that can be used both inside and outside.
Terasa rugs come in a choice of various weave patterns, colourways and border styles.
Indian lighting design brand Naaya Studio has created a collection of pendant lamps made from ceramics.
Ceramic Chandeliers come in five different shapes and can be hung alone or in clusters to form dynamic lighting features.
Flooring brand Tarkett has created a collection of floor tiles with hyper-realistic natural wood and stone finishes.
The iD Click Ultimate range includes 43 finishes, which each come in five sizes to suit spaces of varying scales.
Italian brand Pedrali has released an outdoor armchair that designer Andrea Pedrali created in homage to his grandfather.
The Narí chair references the appearance of one of the brand's first designs – the Serenella forged iron garden chair, which was released in the 1960s and has been updated through its use of tubular steel and woven arm panels.
Material brand 3form has created a selection of resin panels that provide subtle leaf and flower motifs in neutral interior schemes.
The translucent Ivory Flora panels contain dried botanical matter and come in various pattern scales, panel sizes and thicknesses.
The Rakino chair's frame comes in beech, ash, oak or walnut timber and can be upholstered in a selection of fabrics or leathers.
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